From: Rho (email@example.com)
A weird aside: 5bdxcc now means any 5 bands: 6m and 2m dxcc now count
towards 5bdxcc. But I doubt QRP 2m DXCC will fall for a while (though
with satellites I might be eating my words soon ...)
Once again the ARRL strains itself to contain progress :-)
Kevin Purcell N7WIM / G8UDP
"So much is happening in the world of electronics, but it appears
to me that we QRPers are twenty years behind in the analog age."
-- QRP Quarterly Editorial, April 1993
From: Steven L. Farmer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: 20 or 30?
Date: Thursday, May 06, 1993 9:41AM
>On the negative side, however, if you're a wall paper collector don't forget
>that neither the big contests nor DXCC include 30.
As I recall, qsos on *any* of the hf bands, including 30, count for basic
dxcc. There's no 5bdxcc endorsement for the band like there is for 12 and
17 though. As this cycle continues to decline, I expect the band to be
more and more important for dxing. Even now, the pileups can at times
rival anything you'll hear on 40 or 20.
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